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Managing inflation

The more things change, the more they stay the same

Businesses continue to feel pressure in managing inflation and its effects. The primary driver of concern, the war in Ukraine, has not gone away, and it could take off again if circumstances change.

The other big cost driver has been the continuing pressure on logistics. Fuel costs are part of that problem, but so are shortages of labour. Even though the headline inflation rate has fallen from its peak, energy and logistics are two key elements that cause headaches for the procurement community and the majority of manufacturing companies.

The good news is that we are ready to help our clients reduce working capital around the world. The cash we release for our projects creates important options for our clients’ survival and growth. And you can be a part of that success.

Download the latest edition of our ‘Cash Chronicles’ whitepaper to learn more.

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Whilst inflation is coming down across all major industrialised countries, managing inflation and its effects continues to be a challenge. The cash we release for our projects creates important options for our clients’ survival and growth. And you can be a part of that success. Download the latest edition of our 'Cash Chronicles' whitepaper to learn more.

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"The good news is that inflation is coming down across all the major industrialised countries. But that doesn’t mean that the problems created by inflation are going away any time soon... We are ready to help our clients reduce working capital around the world - managing inflation and its effects."

Harvinder Rattan - Expense Reduction Analysts

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